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Are you considering an ignition interlock permit to avoid the ALS process?

Posted by Ben Sessions | Jan 09, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you are considering an ignition interlock permit to avoid the ALS process, it is critical that you understand the conditions of the ignition interlock permit. You are not permitted to drive whenever and where ever you want despite having the ignition interlock installed. Under the terms of the ignition interlock permit, you are basically limited to driving to and from work, school, medical emergency treatment, and complying with court ordered activities. The specifics of the ignition interlock permit conditions are detailed below. 

Ignition Interlock Permit Conditions
Georgia Ignition Interlock Permit Conditions

It is critical to remember that the ignition interlock permit requires the interlock device to be maintained for 12 months, even if your DUI is reduced or dismissed. 

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